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COMMUtATIOM OF TITHES. The under-signed, being the duly authorized THOMAS GROVE, Bsoulre, soleowoer all the Tithes of the parish of

COMMUtATIOM OF TITHES. The under-signed, being the duly authorized THOMAS GROVE, Bsoulre, soleowoer all the Tithes of the parish of

West Soraertoo, in the county of Norfolk, this notice In writing under my band call a Parochial Meeting of !<and-ownerB and Tithe-owners within the limits of the said parish, for the purpose of making an agreement for the general Commutation of Tithes within the limits of tbe sa
November 9, 1839 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
SAINT CLEMENT’S, NORWICH.

SAINT CLEMENT’S, NORWICH.

TO BE LET BY AUCTION, ItU Mr. William title, the 100, on Wednesday, the 20tb 1839, at Fonr o’clock in the Afternoop^^ Very Desirable situate Saint Clemeut's Church Alley, consisting of entrance hall, parlour, kitchen, three excellent sleeping rooms, and three attics, with wash-h
November 9, 1839 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
[RENTS * GUARDIANS. WAWTED, YQI'TH Apprentice to a nary Surgeon, of extensive practice, for •8. For Particulars applv personally, or

[RENTS * GUARDIANS. WAWTED, YQI'TH Apprentice to a nary Surgeon, of extensive practice, for •8. For Particulars applv personally, or

(post-paid) to Mr. Oaxes, Burnham (6041 19 1 8. I, KIS N. ANTED IMMEDIATELY, JY SINGLE MA2»i who can have good uendatiuns. &tvfrom his last employer, r. Thomas Butters, Tottenhill Mill, near oik, (if letter postage free.) to apply who cannot keep accounts, jr 7th, 1839. (CATION
November 9, 1839 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
mmn ano company.

mmn ano company.

THEIR ONLY IY NORWICH. WITH Ihrir WINTER STORE MOULD and DIPT PATENT PLATTED mCK COMPOSITION, BARCLAY'S WAX * SPERM CANDLES, French Imitation Wax Lights, Economical Candles very closely resembling Wax, Palmer's Metallic Wick Gandies, &c. PATENT Mnirniini Candle liamps. Yielding
November 9, 1839 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
Total Value of Assets • £8,053,069 8 7 Total Value of Liabilities £3,008,600 5 U

Total Value of Assets • £8,053,069 8 7 Total Value of Liabilities £3,008,600 5 U

Total Value of Assets £8,053,069 8 7 Total Value of Liabilities £3,008,600 5 U fHiW S g It will be remerlced that ram of £44,460. Ss«Bd. was the whole surplus on the 30th Jane, 1829, previous the declaration of the Boons of that year. The amount of the Bonos declared In 1829, was
November 9, 1839 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
FOREIGN NEWS. France.

FOREIGN NEWS. France.

The Paris papers of Thursday bring intelligence of a somewhat serious character—namely, the discovery and seizure in Paris of vast quantities powder, ball, and hand grenades or shells, prepared members of the secret political societies for some new effort; and the occurrence on
November 9, 1839 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
VALUABLE ESTATE

VALUABLE ESTATE

AT REDGRAVE, SUFFOLK,
November 9, 1839 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
PRESBURGER ZWIEBACK.

PRESBURGER ZWIEBACK.

PRESBURGH^OIS3CUITS. The THESE BISCUIT, ire but recently Introduced from Germany; they are there highly esteemed and universally used as WINE AND COFFEE BISCUIT; they are of delicate yet delicious flavour, will keep good any length of time flf kept in tins), and are lu every res
November 9, 1839 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
TO THE LADIES OF DC/11l ltl AXD ITS I'ICIXITY

TO THE LADIES OF DC/11l ltl AXD ITS I'ICIXITY

TO THE LADIES DC/11l ltl AXD ITS I'ICIXITY IMPORTANT SECOND DELIVERY WINTER COSTUME. Ji J. & R. FERENS, CLAYPATH. DURHAM, hound the very liheml manner in which their Friends the Pahlic gnierally have sup •orbed them *iu.:» tiio Introduction of thoir FASHIONABLE WINTER COSTUME. Th
November 9, 1839 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
EMIGRATION AUSTRALIA. WANTED, VFF.W YOUNG MARtIIED FARM SERVANTS. cnpAble of taking care of Cuttle to out with them. Tlicir passsge

EMIGRATION AUSTRALIA. WANTED, VFF.W YOUNG MARtIIED FARM SERVANTS. cnpAble of taking care of Cuttle to out with them. Tlicir passsge

would Ik* paid, and they would l»e engaged for three or greater nnmtwr of year*, at £2O. man, annum. Fowl and would found for I'oth men and women. They would made very oomforUMe as Servants, and receive every onconn gem out. For steady young married nun the is most favounible on
November 9, 1839 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England